Carsick



ill with carsickness.
adjective
nauseated from riding in a car or other vehicle
adj.

also car-sick, 1908, on model of seasick, from car (n.) + sick (adj.). Related: Carsickness.

carsick car·sick (kär’sĭk’)
adj.
Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.

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